Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Cruising the Web

Funny, but students aren't as fond of redistribution when it comes to their grades.
Mickey Kaus wonders
if Obama didn't blow it by not tackling tax reform in 2009 instead of health care. Hey, anything would have been better for him to have done rather than Obamacare.

Jay Cost explains how the electorate is roughly divided 45% liberal and 45% conservative. It's those 10% swing voters in the middle who make the difference. Cost's analysis also explains why there are problems with models trying to predict the election based on data from elections going back to the 1950s.

John Podhoretz likes the new supposedly Etch-a-Sketch Romney.

We're still owed over $118 billion from TARP.

Does Jimmy Fallon have to file last night's show as a campaign contribution?

At least TSA can protect us from four-year old "high-security-threats."

The Obama Labor Department is now proposing rules that would ban children from doing farm chores. They're just clueless.

Is "We can't wait"
really a good campaign slogan for an incumbent?